In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Members of the 60-strong association will wear their berets and regimental blazers and parade through the town centre.
- There was a little boy in a beret and short trousers, and under his arm a loaf of bread that seemed as long as he was.
- She was dressed in a stylish outfit for church, wearing a leather patchwork blazer and a felt beret in place of the traditional headdress.
- He was also wearing a coat with fur trim on the hood and a beret which had a badge on the front.
- There was also a large turnout of veterans in their green blazers and blue berets.
- His father worked in the shipping industry, and was unconventional enough to wear a beret to work instead of the statutory bowler hat.
- Turn out your cupboard for old straw sunhats, berets, baseball caps and felt hats.
- ‘In the last few weeks we have been wearing berets instead of helmets during our patrols,’ said the soldier.
- I grinned as I found a black beret, turning back to Floyd with it on.
- My uncle was a gruff but affectionate character who wore a beret, blue coveralls and smoked hand-rolled cigarettes.
- A pair of sunglasses and a beret over her blonde hair finished her transformation.
- However, traditional clothes - such as berets and loose-fitting shirts for men and black shawls for women - may still be seen in some rural areas.
- The old soldiers, wearing military berets and caps, were greeted with warm applause, hugs and kisses from a grateful crowd lining the streets.
- He wore a green uniform with two brass bars on each shoulder and a red beret tucked under one epaulet.
- In blazers and berets, their medals shining, they smiled broadly and soaked up the applause and cheers.
- It was like a beret, though round and from the center of the hat, hung a tassel.
- Try on a cool beret, cowboy hat or newsboy to hide your straggly fringe.
- The Colonel said the soldiers would have been wearing helmets or berets, not floppy hats as in the photographs.
- But, look around and you will see a few hats, caps and berets going around town.
- They wore leather jackets and sunglasses and berets and drove fast cars, and they were very aware of their glamour.
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